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away? eard well, i think dinner is just about ready. why don't we move to the table. so, lilith... how is frederick? well, as you know, i've enrolled him in that chess camp in the berkshires. for eight hours a day he sits in a large auditorium with 300 other children mastering the alhausen-grob opening. shouldn't he be out there in the fresh air? every day after lunch, they go for a nature walk. unfortunately, frederick is allergic to seven different varieties of ivy so he has to wear long sleeves and long pants... a bonnet with a net on it. well, i hope the other campers don't make fun of him. oh, i'm sure they don't. you know how kind kids can be. now all he needs is a birthmark on his forehead d they'd beat him to death with a shovel. so i chased this guy down a dark alley an and when he got to the end he pulled a knife on me so i gave him a few shots from my night stick. fascinating. i have to ask, were you at all aware of any repressed sexual urges while you were pummeling him so mercilessly? yeah, but i didn't put them in the report. you're having some fun at my expense, aren't
cohen and scott wiener and we'll be joined shortly by other commissioners. david campos. clerk of the committee is erica chang. i want to thank s fgtv staff for broadcasting. are there any announcements? >> there are no announcements. any comments or questions? we can go to public comment. public comment is now open and we can close public comment. colleagues. a motion from the commissioner cohen and commissioner wiener. we'll take that without objection. let's go to next item >> executive director this is an information item. >> great. >> fong, as the clerk says this is an update from the director recruitment. we have today from the hawkins team and they will report what they will be doing in the last two weeks. they are meeting with stake holders and the board of supervisors and scheduled to meet with various county san francisco agencies. i would like to bring them up to walk you through their attachments. we have unattachment on page 9 is the schedule which you have seen before at the last meetings. we are at no. 1 where they will be presenting their draft memo and summar
the commissioner cohen and commissioner wiener. we'll take that without objection. let's go to next item >> executive director this is an information item. >> great. >> fong, as the clerk says this is an update from the director recruitment. we have today from the hawkins team and they will report what they will be doing in the last two weeks. they are meeting with stake holders and the board of supervisors and scheduled to meet with various county san francisco agencies. i would like to bring them up to walk you through their attachments. we have unattachment on page 9 is the schedule which you have seen before at the last meetings. we are at no. 1 where they will be presenting their draft memo and summarized input from stake holders interviews. as you know this schedule is a tentative schedule and up for review along the process. we have a draft recruitment profile as well. before you, you also have a copy of a few items that the hawkins team will be presenting in the next few minutes. with that i would like to bring up bill hawkins. >> thank you. good morning, commissioners. thank yo
for review along the process. we have a draft recruitment profile as well. before you, you also have a copy of a few items that the hawkins team will be presenting in the next few minutes. with that i would like to bring up bill hawkins. >> thank you. good morning, commissioners. thank you for this opportunity to bring this bill before you. i have the president of the hawkins company and i just wanted to first give a lot of credit to staff. they have been extremely helpful in terms of providing us with the information that we need in a timely fashion and kind of walking us through the maze of the city so we understand the city of san francisco. i just want to acknowledge them before you this morning. today we would like to get into the the nuts and boeldz -- bolts of this process. we have been actively engaged and meeting with various stake holders. we have met with all the members of the personnel committee of the commission and david chiu on the commission and jane kim and with the senior staff of the authority. we've also, today and tomorrow and latter part of this week have 5 other pe
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our own research or referrals or through our knowledge and direction from the commission as well. so typically the brochure is going to have information about the community. people know san francisco but we put information about it also. we put a flavor here with the assistance of staff. that gave people a feel for the city of san francisco, it's diversity, but also some of it's transit uniquenesses which is something that really speaks highly of the city of san francisco in terms of it's ranking in the country and in the world in terms of being a transit for enterprise which is the message to candidates if you are not interested in working for an organization that is really pushing the envelope relative to transit, then this is probably not going to be the greatest place for you to come. it's not to run a transit operation or company minor projects but big ethics -- things are going to take place and are taking place in the city of san francisco. the information on the city and community address that. then we think that individuals need to know about the make-up of the authority.
in phase two the primary sites would be grounded water as it is now. the north lake well facility would be located in the northwestern of golden gate park near 42 avenue. one important addition is the north lake facility would serve as a emergency drinking source and would have designed component to it to claachieve t. the project would normally operate like wells will pump detail and the average production will be up to 4 million gallon ones and 3 million gallons a day. we can shift the pumping around as needed to avoid adverse effects of pump. all 6 wells can products millions of gallons up to many days. they're truly emergency water emergency supply facilities and it would be furnished by a portable generate. just to wrap up the presentation i'd like to highlight the project operations. our project objectives that to provide a local drinking sources. the project facilities would be constructed in two phases includes 6 will well facilities and 5 miles of grounded pipes. the project operations would be under no more operations to pump up to 4 million gallons of water and in an em
the same shirt we'll look like idiots. hmm. turn around. well, you're both so... striking. tell me about it. we just picked up 2 women at the gap. how did you decide which one of you would date which girl? so, i'm on third avenue, minding my own business, and yada yada yada i get a free massage and a facial. what a succinct story. i'm surprised you drive a cadillac. oh, it's not mine. it's my mother's. are you close with your parents? well, they gave birth to me, and... yada yada. yada what? yada yada yada. i like your shirt. oh, thank you. it's 100% cotton and some wool. well, you, uh... you two seem to have the same taste. well, i like it, too. oh. well, i have the same shirt. yeah, well i'm wearing it. well, i like your shirt, too. oh. well, so do i. oh. anything to drink? uh, some wine, perhaps? i like merlot. i love merlot. i'm crazy about merlot. i live for merlot. we're out of merlot. [loud clank] so, do you, uh... know beth and arnie pretty well? we go out to dinner a lot. usually chinese. well, sometimes thai. then we go to the movies. uh-huh. actually, i remember this one time. t
to make this happen. we are at a critical juncture where i actually believe we'll be able to do that, we'll be able to make sure we have the lowest rates we possibly can and in the meantime move forward with a robust build out. i have always satisfied -- said that to the extent in the p u c and the higher to what this build outlooks like to use the discretion to hire someone to do a peer review. there is a contract where we can use some of that money to provide guidance to both sflafco and the p u c as to what can be used in terms of the work product that has been date of birth and -- done and we have that focus to move this forward. i think this survey, i'm sort of a glass half full kind of person where some people see x percentage opting out , i also see a percentage opting in. i think it depends on how we do this. but the expectation that every member of the board of supervisors who voted for this program was that we would have a program that moved forward quickly, that we would have a slow set of rates as we possibly could and in the process we would move expeditiously in the build out
they happen to be. >> i do think you need to have the international search as well but pertain to local as well. >> what i would like to do is we've given you the text of the draft borrow borrow brochure. we asked them to put something in front of you this morning so you at least have a visual of the profile which is our key marketing document is going to look like. and so they have done that the help of staff we've been able to produce this so you can take a look at it. we can kind of walk through it. typically the recruitment is going to have 2 aspects to it. there is the highly public aspect of the recruitment which deals with putting noticed and postings in various professional journals and websites and various list serves and other sources that people generally go to for information, not only in terms of information about the profession but also information about job opportunities and what's going on. so that's the highly public side. usually about 80 percent of all the volume of applications come as a result of that high profile effort and activity. the other 20 percent
average down about 30 points on the session. banks in the news today, big earnings from jpmorgan and wells fargo, as you know, out this morning. we've got the wells fargo cfo here exclusively as well as fdic chairman shelia bair. she still says too big to fail may be over. she's here exclusively to talk to us about that. >> and we'll have more of my exclusive interview with liberty made boss john malone. he tells us how ben bernanke's media policies are helping him build an even bigger empire. >> the dow jones industrial average, down 30 points, 14,835. last trade there pulling back from an all-time record high reached yesterday. nasdaq was down 11 .75 points. and the nasdaq also down. the dow on pace right now for the first down day of the week, but still, we're still up nearly 2% on the week. >> and what is keeping this market afloat? well, in today's "closing bell" exchange, dan greenhouse, cnbc contributor from btig as well as hearth hughes from sun america funds, brandon, and our own rick santelli. we've got them all. dan greenhouse, let me start with you. you've been looking for a ac
the other development at mission bay i think that has to be looked at and hopefully, we'll work p with mta to have a robust transportation system in there to be able to make it easier for people to move from the inner sunset and having to go all the way down market and that's a nature commuting corridor multiple times per day for people we need to plan this >> i just wanted to. >> tracy: thank you for a theory presentation and make a comment apparently, this mta plan is what the commission expects other to come. >> just a quick follow-up question. on your process i realize you're not necessarily solemnly swear to a developing agency. during the process of selection is your process does that become public during the process or after >> we're treating this as a real estate process so that's confidential. >> we're keeping the community and city informed of our progress. >> thank you very much. >> commissioners that will place you under item 7 ground water distribution system. written draft will be expect until april in the latter month >> i'm tim i'm with the virile section of the pla
that i have identified with based on what the needs are as well as identifying others as we go through this process and screening through our rigorous screening process. >> very good. thank you. i would actually in terms of making sure we are casting that wide we are also casting it within san francisco as well. >> we start off locally. >> right. i do want to -- i think it's important to be careful about how we do talk about the ideal candidates. you did say they were elsewhere and i think that somewhat could be interpreted exclusively to outside of san francisco. i know you brought that. >> it's all inclusive. it meant to be all inclusive wherever they happen to be. >> i do think you need to have the international search as well but pertain to local as well. >> what i would like to do is we've given you the text of the draft borrow borrow brochure. we asked them to put something in front of you this morning so you at least have a visual of the profile which is our key marketing document is going to look like. and so they have done that the help of staff we've been able to produce th
with the school districts they've slowly [speaker not understood] the school bus as well which also has a lot of impact on the transportation -- the children taking the yellow school bus are not going to be the ones walking and biking, but that's probably going to be increased, even more traffic and traffic congestion around the schools because of that. and that's an opportunity for car pooling and school pool. there is another program with the department of environment that we're collaborating with and we're hoping to address that issue. >> so, very quickly, moving on, just some quick lessons learned on how we can improve our program. again, parent caregiver outreach is crucial. we really need to reach the whole family, not just the students. and not just the staff at the school. it's really the parents and caregivers are key. and that regular walking and rolling events are critical in getting more families out there walking and biking. and, so, we want to establish these regular walking school buses and regular bike training either separately or together. what we're proposing to do with the
was in shanghai. >> people are worried about it. >> being in hong kong, as well -- >> we did not sync that up very well. >> that's okay. you're back now. >> i can't wait to hang out with bernie. i think that's going to be a lot of on fun. >> he's great. you know what i'm saying. >> yeah, yeah, we'll leave it there. i won't harass you yet this morning. >> too low interest rates for too long can lead to distortions and capital markets not very helpful in the eurozone. there's a debate about whether the ecb is going to cut rates next week or not. meanwhile, plenty of things on today's show. fresh off the back of a twitter market scare. you'll hear from a silicone valley about why companies need to start paying more attention to social media. >> yeah. market moving to the right reasons this time. uk gdp is also out in just about 30 minutes time. companies are looking to narrowly escape a triple dip recession, but the forecast ranges are pretty wide and frankly so are the gdp figures. we'll bring you analysis from jeffrey dicks when those cross at 10:30 cet. >>> and find out why the warren buffett chin
competent. in this arena, the lack of some technical knowledge will not serve them well. they need to understand transportation issues, transportation policies. they need to also have had experience managing projects, people and programs. and so, we are not asking that they have 20 years of experience or 30 years of experience. we are saying 10 years of experience do well. we'll find it. people will range anywhere from 10-30 years of experience. we don't want to shut people out because they have 11 years of experience or even 9 years of experience. we want to look at them on an individual basis. we put them here as preferences and we list some of the ideal characteristics that the candidates should possess. and some of those is team building. we heard a lot during our discussions about the ability to be a good team player, to be a good team leader but also to deal with adversity in a positive and comprehensive manner. but we spent a lot of the flavor of the write ups focus on the ability to collaborate and work with others. being a great orchestra leader is really a significant cha
. >> guest: well, the cpb grant will be a -- it's a sliding formula. the larger stations need less. the cpb grant is less of a factor than it is in more rural stations. but we have a universal service requirement under the public broadcasting act, and we provide service to everybody whether they're an economic winner or not. so we serve native american reservations and more rural areas, and we go every and serve everybody for free. >> host: does the federal government have any other role in your programming decision besides the funding the corporation for public broadcasting? >> . no in. no in fact there's a fire wall established for the corporation for public broadcast, which prohibits the federal government from being involved in programming decisions. so cpb provide the grants and local stations, together with pbs, our national programming service, make all of the programming decisions independently of the government. >> host: also want to introduce kamala lane of communications daily, our guest reporter. >> the cpb allocation comes down to a dollar and some change per u.s. citizen. tha
and very spupt supportive of the program here as well. i would like to offer suggestions for jobs and create additional fundings for the build out here in san francisco. the first is all of the recitizenship pients. recitizenship recipient has a build out program that is also benefiting the cca. there are numerous details around them to detail, but if you do something like that, not only will you attract customers to the cca, you will create more direct jobs and create a growing fund creating growing amounts of clean energy in san francisco. thank you. >> thank you very much. any other member who would like to comment? is the person coming quickly to the podium to be speaking? anyone else? >> good afternoon commissioners, a quick point on the last public speakers proposal, eedey with the by like defense. rejects that prior proposal, they are very clearly 2 different programs and sierra club as joined in this position as well. thank you. >> thank you very much. any other member of the public who would like to comment? seen none we will close the comment. i would like to thank
program as well there. so it can also be that they just know they might have some issues in terms of meeting the requirements for particular trades. >> actually i think there is more confusion about which of the trade are required to participate. they weren't required in the first place but you may recall as part of the negotiation they agreed to participate and there has been some confusion about the trade it affected. i'm not sure their asking for waivers but maybe looking for clarification. that was the whole subject of the hearing on the board of supervisors two weeks ago tomorrow. i believe it's been resolved. >> i look forward to learning more about the program, the waivers and everything. it's totally new and this report is already complicated. so mark it down a future agenda item? >> to report on the america's cup? >> no. oewd local hiring. >> our plan is to have it on the next quarter report to get a summary on how they are doing and explaining the program to you. >> great, thank you. commissioner adam? >> i want to say thank you for your presentation. but i would like to
future. we're going to have imply campus housing as well as the 92 burn building which was two dormitories before. we plan to demolish the institution building and put a hospital building there. we're proposing to make certain improvements in cooperation with the city. and also take steps to manage our impact especially the neighborhood experiences. so we'll continue to consult with our neighbors. i mentioned a subject earlier that has been a controversial matter as a result of a plan we put forth to address some of the hazards and health of the forest there. this lp will not specifically address that plan because we have already produced the plan and so i'm not prepared to discuss in detail what you're actions are going to be expected what we publicly stated already. so let me move on to mission bay. that's where most of our growth has taken place. so therefore we've created a critical mass of programs there along with our new construction of the hospital. because we've been very efficient in the use of our footprints there we have more land than our development capacity so we
enough for them. what do you think of it? >> well, you know, a lot of people on the hill are scared because a lot of the staffers, particularly, who work for congress, they are young. one of the things about obama care is it dramatically drives up the cost of health insurance for young people. a lot will be exposed. gerri: i take the point, and i understand it, but the same thing holds true for the rest of america. if people in washington, d.c. making pretty good dough can't pay for obama kay, how in the heck people across the country going to pay for it? >> that's absolutely right. this is one of the most important provisions of the law. it was not to be in there. what happened was in 2009 when obama care was winding its way through the senate, republicans senator from iowa, chuck grassley, slipped this amendment into the bill, and the democrats had to vote for it not to look like hypocrites, and now they are stuck with the amendment that says members and the staff have to be on obamacare exchanges. gerri: this is what you wrote. look, the idea was simple if congress was going to i
your patience as well as -- as well. we're seeing heightened security. i can tell you what's been going on the mast several years. before this incident in boston, a lot of precautions were taken. a lot of trash cans in the neighborhood were removed. we'll still see trash cans but they will have already gone through security. ?ie think you have to show there is some security involved to make everybody warm and fuzzy. if you don't do it, then you're not protecting us the way you should be. >> it's easy watching the game. >> reporter: all of the orioles uniform personnel, players and coaches will be wearing number 42 tonight in honor of jackie robinson. also, the orioles will hold a month of silence fort victims in boston and for matthew hersl. >>> you might have seen heavily armed s.w.a.t. officers today. we're talking about the metro, the inner harbor and train station all part of the action deployment plan. in addition to the 10k downtown this weekend and the horal home stand, baltimore is previewing its new law school building. the governor, mayor and vice-president of the u.s. are exp
upon qualifications and we'll list some of the core benefits that are part of the compensation package because the actual agreement between the commission and the candidate is negotiable. the application process, we did not put a closing date in there yet after our stakeholder engagement and after reviewing the preliminary diligence, we felt our timeline might have been too quick with a closed date in 3 weeks. we think it's a little bit too short of a window. we want to expand it by an additional 3 weeks. we would like approval to add additional 3 weeks to allow the staff to make those judgements in order to keep us on path, but making sure we can do this exhaustive national search and i think it also has the obvious advantage for us as well because it gives the -- if you have a short window of recruitment, then the expectation is just the opposite of what commissioner campos was talking about is the perception of the marketplace would be, well, they must have someone in mind already because they are not keeping it open for long. by hiring a search person to help you means you are doin
. officials say now that they may be reconsidering that date. we'll have more on this during the ktvu news at 5:00 and 6:00. for now, i'm brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the bay area is enjoying a lot of sunshine. this is expected to be the warmest day of the week. want to give you a look outside at a gorgeous shot. what a change it's been. the average temperature in san francisco on this date, 63 degrees. but mark tamayo says it's 10 degrees above that average. he will be here in a few minutes to tell us how much warmer it will get and how long it will last. >>> well, president obama will meet with a dozen republicans tonight to discuss the $3.8 trillion budget he released today. the proposal was delivered to congress this morning with almost $2 trillion in deficit reductions over ten years. it includes higher taxes for the wealthy which is something that republicans staunchly oppose. but the president hopes to suggest for the first time small cutbacks to social security and medicare. >> when it comes to deficit reduction i've already met republicans more than halfway, so in the co
westgate. after a weekend with china's leading entrepreneurs, we'll find out why they consider the last ten years to have been something of a lost decade. >> ross westgate, not with me on set. he's out in hong kong. he's been a busy guy, as well. ross, perhaps you can give viewers a sense of what they can expect from this special china edition of the show today. >> well, look, there's plenty to come, kelly. great to see you. it's been a bit of a whirlwind trip. i spent the weekend in southeastern china with the china entrepreneurs club at their annual summit of green companies. and this is basically probably the most important and biggest group of china private business leaders in the world. they include the grandfather of them is mr. tranchou who bought the ibm business collectively they have over $300 billion in rev fru back in 2011. gives you a sense of size and importance. they include china's second richest man, as well. we all hosted in this remarkable resort just outside kung ming. it's a little bit like being -- in the way they build these fabulous facilities. but what was most stri
jeff killberg, by the way, played college football at notre dame. so we will not be defeated. we'll do it tomorrow. herb is going to be here as well. >> completely insane and hopefully not a total disaster. by the way, check out our documentary tonight, 10:00 eastern time on cnbc. >> "closing bell" is next. >>> hi, everybody. we enter the final stretch. welcome to the "closing bell." i'm maria bartiromo at the new york stock exchange. this market higher, following better than expected earnings and economic data, but we're off of the highs. >> we're well off the highs right now, maria. i'm bill griffeth. the dow is up for four out of the past five sessions. the s&p and the nasdaq are on pace for a five-day win streak. all of this, despite the fact that dow components exxonmobil and 3m are in the red today after those disappointing earnings results. we have much more of the rally and whether this can last, all coming up. >> do you remember the guest we had on who predicted exxonmobil would raise the dividend? that's what we're seeing today, certainly. we heard it here first. we've als
that they may be reconsidering that date. we'll have more on this during the ktvu news at 5:00 and 6:00. for now, i'm brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the bay area is enjoying a lot of sunshine. this is expected to be the warmest day of the week. want to give you a look outside at a gorgeous shot. what a change it's been. the average temperature in san francisco on this date, 63 degrees. but mark tamayo says it's 10 degrees above that average. he will be here in a few minutes to tell us how much warmer it will get and how long it will last. >>> well, president obama will meet with a dozen republicans tonight to discuss the $3.8 trillion budget he released today. the proposal was delivered to congress this morning with almost $2 trillion in deficit reductions over ten years. it includes higher taxes for the wealthy which is something that republicans staunchly oppose. but the president hopes to suggest for the first time small cutbacks to social security and medicare. >> when it comes to deficit reduction i've already met republicans more th
grammy. morning! well, morning, dad. so, uh... how was your date last night? huh! boy, it feels strange you know a son asking his father how his date was last night... when he could ask the date herself! oh, uh, elaine this is daphne moon and my son frasier crane. this is elaine morris. yes, hello. so... so it's a pleasure to meet you, elaine. it's uh.... i know that dad's wanted to have you for a long time. uh, i mean... i mean for dinner. yes, well, i certainly enjoyed it. but, you know, martin, i really should be going. no, you should at least stay for breakfast shouldn't she, frasier? i could stay for coffee. splendid, id splendid splendid. so, uh, so, uh... what did you two kids do last night? did you play some games? well, i mean board games. splend well, not that you were bored or excited. well... not that i'd know anything or should but, uh... warm buns, elaine. ( choking ) no, no, no not yours. i mean, ours, ours to eat, you see, you see. here, i'll have one. mmm... warm. let's go sit down. yeah, okay. what the hell is wrong with you? i don't know! well, uh, frasier i really lo
. >> thank you, any other member of the public who would like to comment? and seeing none, we'll close public comment. just from the one comment that came through, i'm also reminded of when we had a vacancy for the mayor's office, there was no real public discussion with any of the candidates that they didn't come before the board of supervisors to say they were interested in becoming the interim mayor, in fact, when we came to the first vote on january 4th of 2011, the first vote for the interim mayor, the person who being selected wasn't even in the country and hadn't told anyone he was interested in being mayor and i couldn't stomach a vote at that time, so it seems like though a lot of different processes we need to look at, having some transparency of how we're doing the voting is needed and having some formal presentation, some formal discussion with the candidates that are coming before us, there could be a decision left to the mayor's side, but anyone else coming forward that could get appointed or fill a vacancy should have some public expression of their interest as well, just my th
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going to cook? >> well, i wouldn't recommend cooking inside of the house. you have to go outside and use a portable stove or something else. >> so it wouldn't be safe to use your fireplace to cook? >> not at first. you should check it by a professional first. >> outside should be a safe place to cook as long as you stay away from buildings and doors and windows. >> yes. that will be fine. >> here we have some alternative cooking areas. >> you can barbecue and if you have a regular propane bark could barbecue. >> thank you for joining us. and thanks for this terrific space that you have in this exhibition space and thanks for helping san francisco stay safe. >>> good morning and welcome to the transportation authority. my name is avalos. joined to my left by commissioner cohen and scott wiener and we'll be joined shortly by other commissioners. david campos. clerk of the committee is erica chang. i want to thank s fgtv staff for broadcasting. are there any announcements? >> there are no announcements. any comments or questions? we can go to public comment. public comment is now open
this exhaustive national search and i think it also has the obvious advantage for us as well because it gives the -- if you have a short window of recruitment, then the expectation is just the opposite of what commissioner campos was talking about is the perception of the marketplace would be, well, they must have someone in mind already because they are not keeping it open for long. by hiring a search person to help you means you are doing something nationally and exhaustive and having a reasonable time that shows you are open to candidates from a variety of sources. we are impressed with the talent that we have uncovered within san francisco and regional agencies. we think we are going to have a wealth of talent that comes right from our own backyard which in our cases is beautiful. it keeps us off the plains. that's what the brochure is. we will then distribute this electronically to candidates who have expressed interest. we send this to individuals who we want to be sources for us and thought leaders for us. we also send this to targeted people that we are very interested in having them
in on earnings from jpmorgan, wells fargo before the opening bell. >>> and speculation amounts over what kind of nuclear arsenal pyongyang may actually have. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the globe. >>> okay. welcome to today's program. plenty for us to get through. we'll be over in dublin fairly shortly as the eurozone meeting is getting under way. and the cyprus bailout program will not be increased beyond the 10 billion euros already agreed. this according to the eu finance ministers gathering in dublin. leaving the cypriot government under pressure to find the extra 5.5 billion to secure the deal. jules is at that meeting in dublin, joins us now. they do need another 5.5 billion, don't they, jules? ? >> well, we said this, didn't we? two weeks ago, we recognized the growth forecast was going to move away from them, the lack of confidence and yes, we're looking at a deal of 23 billion euros. we're talking about 75% of gdp. i've been looking at some of the details in this. the growth forecast in 2015 for cyprus is growth of 1.1%.
but two suspicious letters tested as well, -- letters as well, all tested, all cleared. police officers and explosive sniffing dogs outside and inside the entrances on capitol hill. you can also see a hazardous materials truck there. lights flashing near the u.s. senate russell building. the third floor of the building locked down for a while today, including a hallway with the offices of pennsylvania democratic senator bob casey. >> there was a letter on this floor that was delivered that apparently is no longer a concern about, but in the interest of being careful, they shut down a corridor. >> reporter: in the past 24 hours, two other letters have reportedly tested positive for a poison called ricin, one addressed to president owe bam. another -- president obama, another to mississippi senator roger wicker. both discovered, stopped and tested at a postal facility before they were delivered. >> i would underscore the mail sent here is screened and that these tests are undertaken at remote sites to mitigate the risks both to those recipients and to the general population. >> reporter:
had this discussion a couple of weeks ago >> i can speak in jeopardy we have 5 hundred plus beds we'll be growing our bed frame by 2 hundred beds at mission bay. we have the capacity to build other 2 hundred and 61 beds by as i said earlier we don't plan it construct those beds within the 20035 timeframe. now as far as what the obamacare act is doing to our facilities it presents certain financial concerns, however, our medical center s has no plan on retrenching. we have been working with the center in oakland so as opposed to our footprint we hope to maintain our patient care programs. and at mounting sdooen we'll expand our footprint there and that will help in terms of our clinic revenues. so at this point in time we - our major clinic sites will remain at mission bay and at mt. sdooen and the awe - >> great and i talked about transportation and i just wonder if you, you, you know, you gave us a lot of information and their commuting habits to the hospital do i have that similar data for patients? i'm curious how much that is >> yes, we have gathered data open our patient and vis
. they may say, well, look, it's signs of stabilization there so let's wait and see. so it's an easy one to call. i suspect they might focus more on some of the other indicators, but in the pmi think that new orders growth which is deteriorating at a faster rate suggesting that momentum if anything is going in the wrong direction, not improving. >> what about on a country by country level, besides germany been any others that are particularly notable? >> well, yes. france is interesting because the numbers rose. it's still in a steep rate of decline and it's in a much worse situation than the bank of france suggests the economy french economy is in. now, the german survey responses say the economies were worried about the impact prices. in france, they're much more domestically focused with some suggestions that things couldn't get any worse. >> well, the domestic situation is already a known negative. just to recap for viewers, as well, the composite, which includes both the services and is manufacturing, pmi came in at 46.5 in april for the eurozone. that was just ever so slightly abov
, the rate, the premium, the resource mix, the build opportunity that this program envisions and then we'll have a strong message to communicate. >> thank you. >> your welcome. >> thank you, miss hale, i appreciate that. i think my fear that i made through the chair that if we wait until we do have that clear message, by that point we will have lost a lot of ground in terms of the potential interest in this program and so i am really worried about that. i think that -- i'm hoping there is an intermediate step short of having the final decisions on rates that allows us to put the word out there about this program release some of the basic characteristics of it. i don't know if you thought about that because i'm afraid if we wait until may 14th, or whenever, that it maybe too late. >> i hear and share your concern. i think it's quite fair to say that the audience is getting a message that leads out our perspective. so we will go back to our communication staff at the puc and see what we can do about making sure that we have a stronger presence that doesn't cost us too much of our limited com
with speaker of the house jon boehner telling him what he knows. the president will speak and we'll find out the latest on this. but we also know that the intelligence committees on capitol hill have been briefed. the chairman of the intelligence committee said it is a terrorist incident. that was the chairwoman of the intelligence committee in the senator. she added, it could be foreign, it could be home-grown. that now the big question. >> but she did say it had all the hall marks of a terrorist attack. preliminary briefing by intelligence officials, you see the president right there with his chief of staff, dennis mcdonna, as well as there will be a former briefing tonight. we know john boehner will have a moment of silence on the house floor. >> reporter: yes, that's right. within half an hour from the speaker. >> at least 86 injured at the boston marathon shortly before 3:00 p.m. this afternoon. we had heard that there was no specific threat about the boston marathon. officials will go back to comb through everything they've seen and everything they've heard and everything observe that
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